Video is the missing communication skill of 2020 but outsourcing video is so 20th century! It’s time for IABC Victoria to get video smart. Discover agile, inexpensive DIY video strategies that use a smartphone and a smile that win trust so you improve relationships and results with your customers, prospects, employees, and recruits.
Why send a thousand words when you can send one video? Learn to create effective videos using the pocket-sized TV station called a smartphone as a primary tool.
Get insider secrets from a world-class videographer so you start to shoot video like a pro, no matter how low the existing skill level.
Learn how ‘video as email’ is set to change how we communicate.
Discover new video analytics – you know exactly how far into a video someone has watched, skipped, rewatched – and this data can be used to improve communication objectives.
Got geographically dispersed teams intimidated by collecting content for social media? Get tactics to overcome pockets of reluctance from stakeholders.
This strategic and tactical hands-on session addresses the continuing shift to digital for internal and external comms.
Join us over a glass of wine on Wednesday 18th March 2020, for a workshop with Julian Mather. Julian will show you how you can get video smart, create and publish content more effectively to achieve better communication outcomes.
You will leave this high energy 90-minute session being able to produce videos that carry a message and look good … and you’ll be able to do it without breaking a sweat!
When: Wednesday 18 March 2020
Time: 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Where: Hightail, 727 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000
Cost: $30 (members), $55 (non-members), $15 (students)
About Julian Mather
Julian Mather has seen the world through many lenses. Through a telescopic sight as an army sniper. Through the TV lens as a globe-trotting videographer for ABCTV, National Geographic and BBC. Through smoke and mirrors as a professional magician.
He’s traveled far but his longest journeys have been from behind the camera to in front of it. From public servant to solo-preneur. From stutterer to professional speaker.
He is now a smartphone video evangelist, speaker, writer and chief agitator of the Business Video Rebellion and loves helping business master the missing business skill of video.
Protecting our members and supporters against Coronavirus (COVID-19):
In line with the recent developments in regard to the coronavirus (COVID-19), to keep our members and supporters safe, we have developed a short set of guidelines for people attending our events. The guidelines will enable us to provide a safe environment for our members and other attendees.
We ask that you do not attend an IABC Victoria event if:
- You have recently travelled or had close contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus. the Department of Health states, ‘if you have arrived in Australia from midnight 15 March 2020, or think you may have been in close contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus, you are required to self-isolate for 14 days.’ We ask that you do not attend an IABC Victoria event until your self-isolation period is complete.
- You have been confirmed to have contracted coronavirus. We ask that you do not attend an IABC Victoria event until a medical clearance has been provided stating you are able to do so.
- You are feeling unwell. If you have any fever, cough, flu-like symptoms or are feeling unwell we ask that you do not attend an IABC Victoria event until you have recovered.